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GymMark accreditation Haverhill Gymnastics Club presented by double bronze Olympic medallist Max Whitlock

Team GB bronze medallist Max Whitlock presents Haverhill Gymnastics Club with a gym mark.   Left to right -  Cheryl Woolcott (secretary), Max Whitlock, Kevin Woolcott (head coach), Lynsey Palframan (area manager for British gymnastics) and David Bovis (chair of the club).

Team GB bronze medallist Max Whitlock presents Haverhill Gymnastics Club with a gym mark. Left to right - Cheryl Woolcott (secretary), Max Whitlock, Kevin Woolcott (head coach), Lynsey Palframan (area manager for British gymnastics) and David Bovis (chair of the club).

Six months hard work by Haverhill Gymnastics Club has paid off with the award of GymMark accreditation from British Gymnastics.

Six months hard work by Haverhill Gymnastics Club has paid off with the award of GymMark accreditation from British Gymnastics.

This has been earned in recognition of their newly-implemented management framework.

Their efforts paid off in the form of a visit from double bronze Olympic medallist Max Whitlock, who attended on behalf of British Gymnastics to present them with their plaque.

Covered by local papers and Anglia News, this is timely exposure for the club who are pushing hard to raise funds for a stand -alone facility, desperately required to accommodate a waiting list of around 300 children.

They have an application submitted to Sport England’s “inspired facilities” match funding program for £150,000.

If approved, they have other fund-raisers lined up to match the grant. Combined all funding will take them halfway to their £600,000 target.

For all the latest sport see Thursday’s (December 6) Echo.

 

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